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Technics sl 1210 MK2 does not start

Hi. I opened my mk2 to be able to fix the "groundcable" which was teared out.  There i saw that the whole ground gum was full of some kind of dried fluid. Probably bear. I fixed the cable, closed the mk2 again and turned it on. It worked.  Then i changed the speed from 45 to 33 rpm and noticed the the 33 switch was stuck. I turned off the start stop switch. Since it is not working any more.
Please help me!
Thx Sven

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Your switch probably went bad. Does it not respond at all? Does the button at least 'bounce' back when you press it? If not, then you might have messed something up when putting it back together.

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